Snowflakes on the Amalfi Coast

Snowflakes and terracotta tile roof Amalfi Coast

Snowflakes and terracotta roof tiles

With just a few days left before Lasagna Eating Day … er, I mean … Carnevale, the temperatures have dropped and snow has arrived  at high elevations on the Amalfi Coast. It snows so rarely here that it’s often a welcome surprise. This morning while we were having breakfast I noticed the snowflakes starting to fall outside. Is there anything better than being home, warm and enjoying a cup of tea and the newspaper while watching the snowflakes fall?

Snowflakes on the Village Amalfi Coast

Morning snowflakes

They didn’t fall for long and the sunshine quickly melted the teeny bit of accumulation, but it was a happy sight while it lasted. Since it’s hard to capture the fleeting magic of snowflakes out the window, I’ll leave you with the image that welcomed us back to Naples yesterday evening. The snow atop Mt. Vesuvius was the first sign that the temperatures had dropped while we were away last week.

Snowy Cap on Vesuvius Naples Italy

Mt Vesuvius in Naples with snow on the top

The weather is cold and we have to bundle up inside and out, but I’ve been enjoying these rare glimpses of winter’s beauty the last few days. Wishing everyone who is dealing with blizzards in America and big snow in Italy to stay safe and warm!

This entry was posted in Amalfi Coast, Naples, Seasons, Weather.

4 Comments

  1. Sandra February 11, 2013 at 04:09 #

    Beautiful scenery and the snow just adds to it. Bet the palm trees in the fancy garden look pretty too.

    • Laura February 11, 2013 at 09:06 #

      It was such a pretty morning with the light snow … but it disappeared so quickly!

  2. Brian Ging February 11, 2013 at 22:51 #

    That looks cold! How pretty. ;-)

    • Laura February 12, 2013 at 08:16 #

      It has been quite chilly here, Brian. But I do enjoy the rewards with snowy views!

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